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  • Turnovers too much in first loss for women’s basketball

    The Carnegie Mellon University women’s basketball team received its first defeat of the season on Saturday after losing 77–71 to the visiting John Carroll University Blue Streaks. The Tartans are now 3–1 while the Blue Streaks are 3–0.

    Sports | November 24, 2014
  • CMU football falls to Thiel despite converted onside kick

    The Carnegie Mellon football team lost to Thiel University on Saturday, 40–27. Thiel won the coin toss but deferred to the Tartans and defended the east goal. After a scoreless first quarter in which both teams dug in defensively, resulting in four consecutive three-and-outs, Carnegie Mellon went on a 26-yard drive which ended on a close miss just right of the goalpost from first-year punter/kicke...

    Sports | November 3, 2014
  • Turnout at “League” final proves eSports are here to stay

    Competitive video gaming, or eSports, is now taking off in places like the United States, attracting thousands of people to major events. But in South Korea, more than anywhere else, it has already oozed into mainstream culture. Gaming competitions are televised as frequently as traditional sporting competitions.

    Sports | October 27, 2014